J&K: Pakistan's terrorist masters upset by the elections in Jammu and Kashmir!


Pakistan Terror Threat: Intelligence agencies have issued an alert given the first voting to be held in Kashmir after the terrorist attack on the Air Force convoy in Poonch. Tight security arrangements have been made for all three phases of Kashmir elections. Security forces have been tightened from the Pir Panjal hills of South Kashmir, which meets Rajouri and Poonch, to the Shamsawadi hills of Kupwara. Every nook and corner is being investigated. The first voting will take place in Kashmir in the fourth phase of Parliament elections. The biggest challenge is to conduct elections peacefully in Kashmir. For this, the security agencies deployed in Kashmir have started working on a joint plan.


Pakistan has gone mad

This challenge doubled when there was a terrorist attack on the Indian Air Force in Poonch, Jammu and Kashmir. If sources are to be believed, after this the possibility of terrorist attack in the valley has increased, and to foil these plans, intelligence agencies have issued an alert and advised the security forces to remain alert in the Kashmir Valley. According to the inputs of intelligence agencies, Pakistan is shocked to see the enthusiasm of the people during the Lok Sabha elections in Kashmir.

The masters of terrorists sitting across the border got a resident brutally murdered in Poonch. Then the Air Force convoy was attacked so that the atmosphere of peace could be disturbed. Now such an attempt can be made in Kashmir also. In fact, for the first time in three decades, people are openly participating in the democratic process in the valley. In such a situation, Pakistan is scared and nervous. Due to a conspiracy to incite violence, input has been received that terrorists are now planning to carry out nefarious plans in the valley.

Terrorist attack on voting day?

The intelligence agencies got wind of this conspiracy ahead of time and alerted the security personnel. After this input, the security personnel in Kashmir Valley are continuously engaged in eliminating the terrorists and their sympathizers. Within the last week, in the joint operation launched by the security forces in the valley, three terrorists including the TRF commander were killed and six terrorists and their supporters were arrested along with weapons. In the last few days, consignments of narcotics worth crores of rupees and cash worth lakhs have also been recovered. Which could have been used in a terrorist attack.

Search operations are being conducted at various places, especially at sensitive places. Kashmir's IGP says that wherever it is necessary to increase security, work has been done on it. Work is also being done under a joint plan. Kashmir has always been challenging but we are prepared. On one hand, the crackdown on terrorists and their sympathizers is continuing. It is also being ensured that on the day of voting, all voters can exercise their franchise in a simple and peaceful environment.

IGP said in an exclusive interview with Zee News, 'We have made solid preparations for the elections. All security grids have been kept ready. The plan made by the police and CRPF is quite solid. This plan has been made keeping in mind the entire situation. The killing of terrorists in the Kulgam encounter is a big success. Those terrorists were associated with TRF and were involved in many incidents. All the terrorists killed were very trained and expert in attacking.

Voting on 13 May

The security cover is ready for voting. There are strict security arrangements from the road to the booth. Alerts are received regarding infiltration of foreign terrorists and they are dealt with as per the situation. The police, along with the security forces, have activated inter-district checkpoints. In the coming days, search operations and area domination work will be intensified in Kashmir so that anti-peace elements can be kept away.

It is noteworthy that voting will be held in the Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency on Monday (May 13). Voting will be held in Baramulla Lok Sabha constituency on 20th May. Voting will be held in Anantnag-Rajouri Lok Sabha constituency of South Kashmir on May 25.